Fallen Arches

What are Fallen Arches?
Also known as flat feet, fallen arches refers to if the main arch found on the inside of your foot, that runs from the heel towards your big toe, has lost its arch shape.

Causes of Fallen Arches
Over time the position of the ankle bones can cause the supportive arch bone to move leading to flattening of the arch.
Some medical conditions like diabetes and connective tissue disorders e.g. rheumatoid arthritis can cause the arch structure to change.

Treatment for Fallen Arches
To prevent fallen arches you should avoid wearing high heels and invest in good quality footwear that has arch support built into the footbed, our brands such as Vionic, Strive and Skechers Arch Fit have a wide selection of these.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a fallen arch serious?

Flat feet or fallen arches are generally not a problem for most people, however if you experience foot, knee, hip or back pain then you should seek professional advice and treatment.

Can fallen arches be cured?

Wearing arch support orthotics or arch support shoes will not cure flatfeet, but they can often reduce symptoms by helping to recline the pressure on your feet.

How do you know if your arches have fallen?

A fallen arch occurs when the entire sole of the foot touches the ground when standing. It is possible for some people to have flat feet without experiencing any symptoms, while others experience discomfort in the foot or further up the ankle, leg or hips.

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